- A reactor buffers the electronics from input transients due to utility and load switching elsewhere in the supply.
- A reactor prevents high inrush currents and reduces the transient load on the input components.
- A reactor improves VSD/VFD crest factor, reducing power input line losses.
- A reactor controls emissions of line current harmonics due to the rectifier input circuit.
- A reactor controls the impact of commutation notches on the power supply.
- A reactor protects and increases the service life of DC link capacitors of VSD’s.
- A reactor reduces differential-mode low-frequency phenomena up to a few hundred khz.
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